I'm trying to draw a tapered groove with depths from 0-3m 90m on a circular plate. I tried in many ways but can't get the required groove. I'm hoping to find some instructions or pictures on how to draw it
"Sketch2" is simply a line with your required taper to depth used to create a Reference Plane ...
Then the slot in question was drawn on the top portion of the cylindrical disk and "Cut-Extrude" down to the plane picked as a surface ...
More information would be helpful. Can you attach a hand sketch or something showing specifically what you're trying to do?
I have posted a pic, please check it
Do you mean something like this?
Not taping. I need a groove of reducing cross section. I'll attach an image for the post so that it'll be clear
There are a few different ways to do this - one is to create a plane just ahead of the sketch that you show, make that plane angled from the top whatever degrees you need and edit the sketch plane and apply the new plane to that sketch and extrude cut through all towards the top..
It is a solid swept cut using a helix as the path.
yes, Thank you
Srinivas, something similar to this?
yes. please mention the procedure for drawing this.
Thank you very much
can you send the part drawing file, I'm facing errors while creating plane
Another version done in a different orientation which keeps the leading edge of the slot parallel to the top face ...
Then you'd have to do a circle pattern cut every .00005" to give it a realistic look
Way ... way ... way off topic but ...
Back in HS when we were learning ACAD we used to do circular array's of thousands of profiles just to lock up the computers in a plot spool so we could get away with doing nothing for the class. Either the teachers never figured out what we had done or they just didn't care but man those patterns on top of patterns made some pretty psychedelic pictures.
John Pesaturo - Something like this - (made using SW) (off topic as well)
Note that this geometry cannot be created using conventional machining. If the disk is inclined relative to the cutter, the wall at the end of the cut will not be vertical. If the disk is left flat and the cutter moves down at an angle, there will be a flat bottomed region at the end of the slot.
I just wanted to know how to draw the groove. I'm not going to machine it
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